Elizabethton 61, Sullivan Central 44 (boys)
The Cyclones jumped out to a 14-1 lead and never looked back as they rolled to a win in Three Rivers Conference action.
Elizabethton was paced by Jake Roberts who had 19 points in the game. Parker Hughes, William Willocks and Nico Ashley tallied 10 points apiece.
Sullivan North 71, Cloudland 63 (boys)
The ‘Landers were unable to recover from an early double-digit deficit in District 1-A play.
Cloudland saw North jump out to a 16-0 lead in the first quarter before slowly chipping away at the lead.
Hunter Shell led the ‘Landers with 21 points, while Elijah Blair had 15 points. Conner Birchfield had 11 points in the game.
Johnson County 63, Happy Valley 46 (boys)
The Warriors were unable to get a Three Rivers Conference win on the road on Friday night.
Dylan Willis had 16 points to lead HV. Luke Roberts tallied 11 points, while Landon Babb scored nine points in the game.
Cloudland 57, Sullivan North 19 (girls)
The Lady ‘Landers started the game quick and never looked back as they rolled to a win in their District 1-A opener.
Cloudland took an 18-7 advantage after a quarter of play and doubled up the Lady Raiders in the second quarter.
From there, it was all Cloudland.
Gracie Freeman had 13 points to lead the way, while Mandy Benfield scored eight points. Jasmine Birchfield tossed in seven points for the Lady ‘Lander cause.
Happy Valley 46, Johnson County 42 (girls)
The Lady Warriors used a strong performance to pick up a Three Rivers win on Friday night.
HV jumped out to a 12-7 lead in the first quarter and then held the Lady Longhorns to just four points in the second to maintain an 18-11 lead at the half.
The Lady Warriors were able to hold on in the second half.
Kadie Bailey had 13 points to lead the way, while Shalyn Whitson tallied 12 points. Autumn Hangar scored eight points in the win.
Sullivan Central 55, Elizabethton 40 (girls)
The Lady Cyclones jumped out to an early lead but was unable to recover from a quick Sullivan Central run.
EHS saw the Lady Cougars take an 18-14 lead late in the first quarter, and the Lady Cyclones were unable to get back in front.
Kaylen Shell finished with 14 points. Morgan Headrick tallied 10 points in the win, while Kaitlin Bailey scored eight points.